2018 Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 38 - Property - Real and Personal
Real Property
Article 35 - Conveyancing and Recording
Part 1 - General Provisions
§ 38-35-104. Acknowledged instruments as evidence

All deeds, powers of attorney, agreements, or other instruments in writing conveying, encumbering, or affecting the title to real property, acknowledged or proved in accordance with this article or acknowledged, attested, or proved in accordance with the laws of this state or the local laws of the mining district wherein such real property is situate, in force at the date of such acknowledgment, attestation, or proof, may be read in evidence without further proof of the execution thereof. The record of any such deed, power of attorney, agreement, or other instrument in writing, whether an original record of any mining district or a copy thereof deposited in the county clerk and recorder's office of any county in accordance with the laws of this state as a part of the records of such mining district or a record of such county clerk and recorder's office when the same appears by such record to be properly acknowledged, attested, or proved in accordance with the laws of this state or of the proper mining district in force at the date of such acknowledgment, attestation, or proof, or a transcript from any such record certified by the county clerk and recorder of the proper county where such deed, power of attorney, or agreement made by law is recorded may be read in evidence with like effect as the original of such deed, agreement, power of attorney, or other instrument in writing, properly acknowledged, attested, or proved as provided in this article.

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